Pawar addressed a rally for NCP candidate from Nashik Lok Sabha seat, Sameer Bhujbal, here.
"This government does not value the hard work put in by farmers. It does not think about the future of farmers' children.
"The BJP government did not give opportunity to farmers to lead a respectable life. Enough of this government now," Pawar said.
Pawar also hit out at Modi for 'claiming credit' for the air strike on terror camps at Balakot in Pakistan.
"This government has been unable to ensure the release of Kulbhushan Jadhav. Where has the 56-inch chest gone?" asked Pawar.
Ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, Modi had famously said at a rally that only a person with a "56-inch chest" (somebody who is bold) could solve the country's problems.
On Modi's barb that the Pawars were plagued with a family feud, the Maratha strongman said his family was very much united.
"But Modi's is a difference case. He doesn't even have a family. How will he have experience of a family? Modi is more worried about my family than the country," Pawar quipped.
The NCP chief also said "nothing would be achieved if BJP leaders kept attacking the Nehru-Gandhi family and me.
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